AP Radi-CAL R2 (Super 600) Hi-Temp Racing Brake Fluid: Designed for extreme, high temperature racing conditions with a dry boiling point in excess of 572 degrees Fahrenheit. Exceeds DOT 3 standards.
AP Racing PRF Racing Brake Fluid: Developed for extreme, high temperature racing conditions (dry boiling point of 608 degrees F). Exceeds DOT 4 specifications.
Castrol SRF Brake Fluid has a wet boiling point of 518 deg. F (270 deg. C) which exceeds DOT 3 and 4 standards. Do not mix Castrol SRF and other brake fluids, as this will reduce the benefits of Castrol SRF. Sold in 1 liter containers (33.8 ozs.)
Motul 600 Brake Fluid: 100% synthetic brake fluid has an extremely high boiling point helping to prevent vapor lock and brake fade during hard use. Motul 600 exceeds DOT 3 and DOT 4 specifications. Dry boiling point 594° F, wet boiling point 421° F.
Motul 660 Brake Fluid: 100% synthetic brake fluid is specifically designed to resist extreme temperature generated by racing carbon and ceramic brakes. Motul 660 exceeds DOT 3, DOT 4 and DOT 5.1 specifications. Dry boiling point 617° F, wet boiling point 401° F.
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